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Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 125
posted September 12, 2005 02:18 PM  
I hear about alot of other chassis's good and bad so what's yall thought's on GRT a modified? I don't know enough about them to have a opinon. They don't seem to be a regular run chassis here in East Texas.

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Dirt Freak

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posted September 12, 2005 02:52 PM  
There was a bunch at the super nationals that were pretty quick. Jeff Anderson is a name that comes to mind with a real fast one.

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posted September 12, 2005 02:52 PM  
I think different chassis do better in different regions. All I heard for the longest time was how good the Shaws and GRTs were, but I've yet to see one do anything around here. Same with Harris. One just won the supernationals, but I've never seen a Harris run worth a flip around here. I always hear how good they run up north. I think different areas have different surfaces and different sizes that affect what chassis have an advantage. I would run what runs good around you, plus you'll be able to get some help with it if needed.

I just bought an Allen Autosports Chassis from Russel Enright in East Texas. The chassis are realy fast around here. Mark Smith is trading out the lead in UMP State points with one. I could give you some contact info if you would be interested.

Dirtworks are another one that really seem to run well in East Texas.

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posted September 12, 2005 04:53 PM  
I bought a new GRT for next year. There cars are set up for any suspention you want to run. They don't build a lot of peticular parts, so you can put one together pretty cheap. IMO They are one of, if not the best car for the money on the market. The Allen cars are good, so are the Dirtworks. A lot of how a chassis runs is how well it is also set up. The Shaw/GRT Cars are pretty much the same, with a few minor changes here and there.

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